CHEB, Czech Republic – St. Kitts and Nevis' sprint star and 2003 World Champion Kim Collins was in record breaking form here at an International on Tuesday (29 July).
Collins won the 60m in a new national record 6.48 (+0.3m/s wind), his fastest indoors 6.49, to beat Jamaican Sheldon Mitchell 6.65.
Over the 150m it was closer, but again Collins won in 15.28 (0.0) with Mitchell second in 15.30.
World champion Zuzana Hejnova, in her second race after long break, won the 300m hurdles in 39.98.
Patrik Sorm was the best in men 300m in 33.25 and Michal Broz at 300m hurdles 36.48.
Slovak number one, Lenka Krsakova, topped the women's sprints in 7.43 (+0.4) and 17.71 (0.0).
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